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On My Way is a lyrical pop solo for students of all ages at the late beginning to early intermediate level. Music by Jennifer Eklund and part of the Spotlight Solos Volume 2 songbook.
On My Way (Digital: Single User)

On My Way (Digital: Single User)

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On My Way (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

On My Way (Digital: Unlimited Reproductions)

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On My Way

  • Lovely Taylor Swift-like pop style solo for late beginners!

  • Style: Lyrical pop

  • Correlates to Piano Pronto method books: Movement 1 & 2

  • Level: Late beginners

  • Tonal center: C major (5 finger position with shifting left hand)

  • Teaching concepts: legato phrasing; light syncopation; LH position shifts; ties over the barline

Additional Details

Composer: Eklund
Tonal Center: C major
Genre(s): Contemporary Lyrical, Easy Lyrical, Pop-Style, Showcase Solos
Instrumentation: Piano Solo
In a collection: Spotlight Solos: Volume 2
ISMN: 979-0-58025-005-6
Level: Late Beginner
Medium: Sheet Music
Method Book Match: Movement 1, Movement 2, Fired Up! Level Two


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Another favorite warm up piece for me. Enjoyable and relaxing tune to play.

I have an 8 year old girl and when we we were picking out a new piece for her to play along with her method books, this was the winner. I played through 5-6 other songs, and she just kept saying, "naw". I was worried we just wouldn't be able to find something, because she was picky and then I played this one. When I looked up, her eyes were big and wide and and she had this giddy smile on her face. She just nodded at me and I knew we had a winner!

Having the sample first helped my teen student get excited about choosing this piece for her recital. It will be lovely for her, especially as it will sound more difficult than it really is, instead of a traditional childish-seeming piece.

We had tried and LOVED "End Game", so we wanted to try another of Jennifer's solos, and this is the one we went with. It was enjoyed almost as much as "End Game"--and played almost as endlessly! It has a nice major-key pop melody, which draws kids in. The kid who played this was a 9-year-old late beginner, and this was a good challenge for him.

"On my way" to FINALLY learning that practice makes better because they can't stop practicing this piece. Did I say I'd love it if you had more of these pop pieces? They are GOLD!!!!

I have introduced this piece to all of my older beginners (middle and high school students as well as adults), and they have all greatly enjoyed playing it! Many of them say that it sounds more difficult than it is to play and is a welcome supplement to the classical and folk pieces in their lesson books.